I just got a new Kenmore refrigerator to replace an older (1999) GE.
Both have auto ice makers and water dispensers, but the GE water line
hook up in the back is much larger than the Kenmore water line hook
The piece that screws into the refrigerator line has about a 1"
diameter, but the piece I need to screw it onto on the new kenmore
fridge is about half that size. Is there an adapter or anything I can
get to make this work or will I have to solder a new piece onto the
copper water line to attach to the new fridge?
On Wed, 25 Jul 2007 18:06:12 -0700, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I don't even lknow what apart you want, but I found Sears didn't stock
that many spare parts anymore. I needed at times a heating element
and a thermostat for one of their Water heaters and they had a spot on
their peg board, but sent me to an appliance parts store.
I think you would do just about as well at a hardware store, including
a big box store, at least if you can tell what you need by looking at
it, after looking at what you have already.
In most cases for appliances like this, you can find online parts
diagrams at either the manufacturer or else online parts stores. That
should show you how the frig connects to the flex pipe and what you
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